SiriusXM OutQ‘s Larry Flick and Keith Price aren’t just lucky enough to see all the latest movies — they also get to pick the brains of the talented people in and behind those films! This week, Keith Price gives us a closer look at their latest interviews, which go way beyond your typical recaps and help us answer that age-old question: What should I see this weekend?!

With all of the entertainment options available, everyone needs a little help to decide what to do. If you are a movie lover, there are a few really great choices available. We are so fortunate on OutQ to have some of the amazing people involved in these fun and interesting projects that visit us. There are some fantastic things available.

If you need a summer blockbuster, then Josh Gad and director Chris Columbus from the highly anticipated film, PIXELS, sat down with Larry Flick to talk about it.

If you need a good old fashioned rom-com, then perhaps Amy Schumer/Bill Hader’s insane romp, TRAINWRECK, is your flavor. Famed and celebrated director, Judd Apatow, talked to Larry Flick about making the brilliant comedy and working with the comedy’s latest “it” person.

If you want something a little more serious, then the new Amy Winehouse documentary, AMY, might be for you. Director Asif Kapadia, along with Amy’s friend and first manager, Nick Shymansky, spent some time with Larry Flick to share the many things that he uncovered about the controversial and troubled singer.

And for those of us who long for a movie musical escape, being released in NY/LA and Video On Demand, the independent film, LUCKY STIFF, based on the work by Tony Award winning composer/lyricist duo, Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty, is brought to life on screen. Christopher Ashley (the film’s director), Pamela Shaw (lead actress), and Tony Award winning Nikki M. James (supporting actress), all sat down with OutQ’s theater-loving maven, host of the Backstage Skinny and Behind the Curtain, Keith Price (me), to talk about the challenges of making a musical film, as well as, the excitement of the finished product.

All in all, it is a nice crop of films from which to choose. Pick one or two or all of them, and have a great weekend!

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